North by Northeast

Fine restaurants are thriving in Greenwich, Conn. including the best new French restaurant in the country
John Mariani
Issue: May 15, 2005

A decade ago, many natives of Greenwich, Conn., and the surrounding suburbs of New York would barrel into Manhattan for an evening of fine dining. Back then, area restaurants had names like Thataway Cafe, C'est Si Bon and Rue de Croissant, and good wine lists were few and far between.

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